"Spiteful is full of the diversity and melodicism that keeps the genre alive, and like punk itself, Spiteful is further proof that Sonny Vincent is a survivor, and not just stubbornly still existing to mechanically go through the motions."
Repo Man | KonstruKt | Silent Front | Milon Exchange, Bristol 13th August 2015 A disorienting document of wailing guitars, mentalist saxophone spouts and poetic lyricism delivered...
Titus Andronicus - The Most Lamentable Tragedy (Merge Records) album review by Glenn Airey. Titus Andronicus unleash their fourth album this month and it's a whopping five-act rock opera.
The noisy Glaswegian rock outfit come out of the wilderness with their third album - Review by Lewis Gilmore
Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind Night & Day, Manchester 20th September 2019 Ian Corbridge joins the...
Hull-based four-piece The Hubbards wax lyrical on mass consumerism on new single Seven or Eleven.
Ana Mazzotti is one of the most visionary artists to come out of Caixas, Brazil, igniting the dancefloors of the '70s. Far Out Records have caught her vision by rereleasing 2 albums which are cult classics of the time. Matt Mead reviews for Louder Than War.
What is blindingly obvious whilst listening to this album is the astounding quality of the musicianship and the song writing, David J has suggested recently that he feels this record is his “little masterpiece” its not, its his BIG masterpiece!